NORMAL TO COMBINATION SKIN
There are not many people who can claim to have smooth and uncomplicated skin with fine pores. Most of us have a combination skin, which is characterised by oily areas in the T-zone and rather dry cheeks. Both skin types require individual cleansing and care.
Many people suffer from dry facial skin. The consequences are rough spots and a tight sensation, including itching. However, with the right care this can be remedied. Regular cleansing and care are important.
VERY DRY SKIN
Does your skin feel uncomfortably dry? Does your skin feel tight, does it itch and is it scaly? Then your skin type could be classified as “very dry”. Dermatological care can be the solution. It contains anti-inflammatory components and ensures an optimal fat and moisture level.
Sensitive skin is characterised by an increased responsiveness to react to external influences. As a preventive measure, a care product can be used that is precisely adapted to the skin’s needs.
Have you long gotten past puberty, however pimples and blackheads are still an issue? Here we are talking about blemished skin. It doesn’t stop at any age. By using light creams and fluids, your complexion will be radiant again in no time.
Already in tender adulthood, depending on predisposition and care, the ageing process sets in. The moisture content of the skin decreases, and therefore it needs special care. Care products with anti-ageing effect can already be used here to prevent the formation of wrinkles.
We all age. Even our skin. We do not determine the speed, but our genes, the way we live and how often we expose ourselves to the sun. However, by means of targeted care the ageing process can be slowed down.
If there is an increase in redness and small veins in the area of the cheeks and nose, this can be annoying. We classify this skin as skin with a tendency to couperose. Unwanted redness can be reduced by means of gentle care.
If you have freckles, sun spots and age spots in your face then your skin type would be pigmented skin. These pigment spots are often caused by UV radiation. If you perceive these skin changes as an expression of a cosmetically undesirable hyperpigmentation, you can counteract them.